Starbeams: The Top 5 Things in KC That Haven’t Changed in 150 Years

Kansas City is celebrating its Sesquicentennial and celebrations are already underway.  And 150 years of our city,  got me wondering what life was like then versus now. And after hours of intense research, I give you the…

TOP 5 THINGS IN KANSAS CITY THAT HAVEN’T CHANGED IN 150 YEARS:

#5. There’s never a line to see the Steamboat Arabia.

#4.  We’re rarely featured on network television.

#3.  The Tomahawk Chop is still very annoying.

#2.  If you drink too much in Westport, you can still take a leak on the street.

#1.  LARRY MOORE

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6 Responses to Starbeams: The Top 5 Things in KC That Haven’t Changed in 150 Years

  1. chuck says:

    Larry Moore is just as nice in person
    as he appears on TV.

    Really nice guy.

  2. Super Dave says:

    Larry Moore Is A True Gentleman
    Larry is the kind of guy that you want as a bestfriend and a neighbor.

    To bad isn’t more like him.

  3. Just Wondering, Y'All says:

    Wasn’t the Kansas City Sesquicentennial….
    …held in 2000? I’m just sayin’ that it was a big deal…then.

  4. xxMillerTimexx says:

    Tomahawk Chop isn’t as annoying
    as most of the radio personalities in this town

  5. Harry Balczak says:

    Maybe it’s KCK’s Sesquicentennial
    Confusion?

  6. Rainbow Man says:

    how about segregation
    This is a segregated city. Period. Old money obstinance from people who live in Palm Beach diring the winter have ruined this town. They don’t need public schools, they don’t need Union Station, and they don’t even need downtown. But they still control everything.

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